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Health Care

In the highly regulated health care industry, health care providers, suppliers and other entities must manage an array of issues to be successful and remain in compliance with state and federal regulations. Faegre Baker Daniels has significant experience counseling nonprofit and for-profit clients in the health care industry. We can help you manage your legal obligations so you can focus on running your business and caring for patients.

Whether you are a hospital, health care system, ambulatory surgery center, nursing home, physician practice, joint venture among providers, health information exchange, medical diagnostics manufacturer or supplier, research institution or industry trade association, we have the expertise needed to help your business succeed.

Scope of Services

Our experience covers the spectrum of health care law and other services required by health care companies. We can assist you in:

  • Developing, monitoring and documenting compliance programs
  • Negotiating, implementing and auditing corporate integrity agreements
  • Addressing regulatory and operational issues such as the Stark Act, Anti-Kickback Statute and FDA guidelines
  • Addressing medical records and privacy issues related to HIPAA, electronic health records and telemedicine
  • Establishing health information exchanges
  • Obtaining public financing for hospitals and related entities
  • Restructuring your business
  • Engaging in joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions
  • Drafting physician contracts and non-compete agreements
  • Recruiting and retaining physicians
  • Solving peer review and patient consent issues
  • Defending litigation and investigations, including False Claims Act cases and whistleblower claims
  • Responding to legal crises
  • Completing fair market value documentation
  • Obtaining licensure
  • Conducting Medicare and Medicaid enrollment, audits, investigations and disclosure engagements
  • Avoiding civil monetary penalties


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